Reading Science: A Literary, Political, and Sociological Analysis (Reading Science)
By: Ben Agger (author)Hardback
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Ben Agger (1952-2015) was professor of sociology and humanities at the University of Texas at Arlington. He also directed the Center for Theory and edited the electronic journal Fast Capitalism (www.fastcapitalism.com). Among his recent books are Postponing the Postmodern, Speeding Up Fast Capitalism, Fast Families, and Virtual Children (with Beth Anne Shelton).
Chapter 1 Reading Writing Differently Chapter 2 Scripting Causality Chapter 3 The First Page Chapter 4 Authorizing Authority: The Literary Irony of Science Chapter 5 Science Aura I: Method as Topic Chapter 6 Science Aura II: Findings Found Chapter 7 Science Aura III: Findings Figured Chapter 8 Concluding Science Chapter 9 Journal Theory Chapter 10 Essaying a Different Text
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